Cover illustration by Cale Burr
for this emblem.
It identifies a business in your area that welcomes
and rewards students with lower prices.
Get a coveted "printed" copy. Nearly
a quarter of a million printed copies of the Student
Survival Kit Coupon Book are distributed through
college bookstores each year in the Pacific Northwest.
Visit your bookstore the first week of classes. (UO
students - watch your mailbox for a free copy.)
Disclaimer - Giesa Communications does not
make any representation or warranty, expressed or
implied with respect to any information herein. Giesa
Communications disclaims any liability whatsoever
for any use of such information. All contents copyright
Can I really print and use these coupons?
Yes, you can. They are intended for individual, non-commercial
use. Repetitive forms of electronic or photographic duplication
(photocopying) of coupons is not allowed, however.
Is the Survival Kit produced by the University?
No. The Survival Kit Coupon Book is produced and owned by
Giesa Communications. A portion of the profits are returned
to non-profit campus organizations such as student government
and alumni associations.
Who determines what coupons and advertisers appear in each
The advertisers pay a fee to reserve space in the Book. They
have complete control over what deals and offers they put
on their coupons.
Do you hire students to represent the Student Survival
Yes. We are always looking for professional, energetic,
responsible students. Our representatives meet with local
businesses who want to advertise in our publications. Sales
experience is not required, but it is helpful. If you think
you've got what it takes to be a Survival Kit Student representative,
contact us today.
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